Choosing a local Kentucky addiction treatment center to get help for yourself or a loved one can be a stressful and trying experience.
It is our goal to make this process as easy as possible. That is why we have our trained, professional staff available to address any and all concerns you may have.
You’re Not Alone
The struggle with addiction is real and our team is here to help you overcome your addiction for good. According to (KHIP) Kentucky Health Issues Poll, about 31% of adults in the state of Kentucky mentioned having a friend or family member experienced a problem with drug addiction.
Everyone deals with stress definitely. Some coping mechanisms are healthier than others but it takes time and practice to learn the best way to manage stress in your life.
Here are some key strategies to help in your fight with addiction:
- Identify that you have an addiction.
- Share your issues with a friend or family member.
- Speak to a Counselor.
- Consider joining a support group.
Does Addiction Treatment Work?
In a word, yes. According to Katie Marks, Ph.D., the project director of (KORE) the Kentucky Opioid Response Effort had stated, “Our message is that treatment works and recovery is possible.” In a poll of Kentucky residents that knew someone that struggled with addiction. Of those surveyed 54% said that the person entered treatment.
The other 44% that never received treatment gave various reasons for not seeking treatment. Other than people who state that they do not think that they have a problem. The most common reason people gave for not seeking treatment was because they couldn’t afford it.
Is Kentucky Addiction Treatment Affordable?
We believe that no one should have to suffer with addiction of any type. Our addiction treatment centers span across the state so that there is a local treatment center no matter where in Kentucky you live. We also accept various forms of Insurance. This includes Kentucky medicaid plans as well as some private insurance and other specialty programs through (KORE) for Kentucky residents that have no insurance and cannot afford the cost of treatment out of pocket.
We know that it can seem like going the insurance route can sometimes feel like a hassle. People often complain about all of the red tape they have to go through in order to get insurance to help. That is exactly why our finance team is here to help you through the process and guide you through the steps to get your insurance provide to approve your request. If you do not have access to insurance there are still options available to get you the help you need.
Drug Abuse Statistics
In the state of Kentucky Heroin was involved in at least 1,248 deaths due to drug related overdose.
The total deaths due to overdose containing fentanyl, combined with heroin for a total of 420 deaths.
Statistics show a decrease of alcohol substance abuse for those who were seeking treatment by 41.5%.